Assessing the future of human evolution
By: Stephanie Smith - 320518
In 2002, a debate at Edinburgh University entitled 'Is Evolution Over?' sparked controversy when a group of scientists proposed that, because of Western lifestyles, human evolution is over. But is this true and how can it be proven? If you could go back in...
The debate on Darwin's theory of evolution
By: Gary Sargent
Darwin's Island Treasure The Galapagos The key to understanding the Galapagos islands, an archipelago situated about 600 miles off the west coast of Ecuador in the Pacific ocean, lies with its natural history. And as any historian will tell you, the man responsible for drawing...
Evolution and how it affects humans
By: Elizabeth M Young
Evidence of evolution is in the genetic blood disorders which fight malaria. These disorders are aspects of evolution which are both terrible disorders and protective mechanisms. Malaria is historically one of the biggest killer of humans in the history of our time on the planet...
Evolution and how it affects humans
By: Bailey Shoemaker Richards
Charles Darwin, who effectively began the study of evolution and the scientific field of evolutionary biology, was one of the most influential scientists who ever lived. His many works, most notably The Origin of Species, fueled a debate that continues to rage even today between...
Does space exploration disprove evolution?
By: Simon Wright
No, space exploration does not disprove evolution. Indeed, my first reaction on seeing this title was complete bafflement. Evolution holds that the characteristics of animals have come about through there being advantages to those characteristics. If a long beak provides an advantage in extracting nectar...
Predicting the next phase of human evolution
By: Jacquie Schmall
With due respect to all the scientific data unearthed about our past evolution, there is a real challenge to predicting the next phase of human evolution. The same pressures on the human population are not present everywhere on the planet. That would be the number...
Does space exploration disprove evolution?
By: Mark Waybill
No, space exploration has not disproved evolution. Firstly there is so much evidence that evolution is real on Earth that unless by space exploration we found out that the universe itself was created by a god or godlike being, we would not be able to...
The role of DNA in evolution
By: John Traveler
Francis Crick may have been the first to suggest that RNA was a precursor to DNA, and most molecular biologists today would agree with the notion. In fact, it is hard, if not impossible, to see how DNA would have evolved to become the model...
By: Guy Takamatsu
(Note for a short 168 word description of the book see this writer's essay Resources that Christians can consult on the creation evolution issue). This writer obtained his copy of the book about 20 years ago, when Mr. Taylor gave his presentation at Stanford...
Book reviews: Origin of Species, by Charles Darwin
By: Emma Conrad
Orgin of Species is an amazing work that one should read because it answers many questions. The selected works of Charles Darwin bring forth a number of questions that will be answered in the following paragraphs with the help of outside sources and paraphrasing of...

 

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